Dropbox is a cloud service for online file storage. It allows the user to synchronize files with different computers and mobile devices and share them with third parties at the same time. That with the original release date on 11 September 11, 2008. The website style is simplistic and lacks Dark Mode. However, there is a solution to getting the Dark Mode website. That is thanks to the Turn Off the Lights browser extension, which provides you the option to convert all websites to your personal dark theme.
Activate Dropbox Dark Mode with the free browser extension
Dropbox Dark mode on iPhone and Android
Also, there is a Dark Mode for the mobile application, follow the steps here below on how to enable this:
- Open the Dropbox application on your device
- Tap on the Settings icon
- Search for Dark mode that can be found under the Features header in the app’s settings. And top on this menu item
- Now you can choose for an always dark (or always light)
You can choose also to follow the system appearance color. So that the theme changed depending on the time of the day. Another minor issue is that you can not choose the dark color you want to see on your personal device. So it is not 100% solid black on your device. But a light black color as the background.
Steps to activate Dropbox Dark Mode (iOS web browser)
If you want to keep it always enabled in our Safari web browser on iOS and iPadOS. See this YouTube video tutorial on how to enable the Night Owl feature:
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